Meet our fleet

The Fleet is specialized to service and support the offshore energy and wind industry. Our modern offshore support vessels are some of the largest and most safe and reliable vessels in the industry with low fuel consumption and high performance. Our crew transfer vessels meet the industry’s needs with nice and relaxing facilities for technicians and lots of space for transporting equipment, containers and other goods.

We are proud to design and build our own offshore support vessel’s, and we know every single detail of them. The great insight helps us to continuously expand our knowledge and competencies.

All our vessels comply with all ISO certification requirements and we are constantly working to optimize our safety systems so that our vessels are operated according to the International Safety Management System (ISM).

MHO Balder

Built in 2024 the design is based on our successful 34m LOA hybrid CTVs (ASGARD and APOLLO) capable of working offshore 24/7 for several weeks without calling port.

This CTV is 36m long LOA, is powered by 4 IPS electric motors and was designed by CEO Mik Henriksen in Esbjerg, Danmark.

 

MHO Boreas

The sister ship of MHO Balder, designed for the northern sea, is equipped for 24/7 operation with a crew of 3-8 members depending on the task. It is a versatile ship, capable of handling any task in any weather condition, at any location and any time. The only differences between the two ships are the crew, IMO number, and call sign.

MHO Fast & MHO Furious

These are the next generation of SES boats Built in 2023. They are made of carbon composite materials, which makes them stronger and lighter than any other boat out there, resulting in unparalleled speed and agility.

MHO Rapid & MHO Flash

These SES boats can reach 45kts, they are also extremely capable ships the weather isn’t a stopper for them, designed and built in Norway in 2017 by UMOE Mandal.

MHO Asgard

Like her twin, MHO Asgard is a hybrid ship and marks the future of crew transfer vessels. 

The 35m catamaran, designed by CEO Mik Henriksen, was launched in September 2021. The ship is setting new standards with its hybrid propulsion package, ready to be adapted to future technologies. Additionally, the electric motor allows the ship to reduce the emission of CO2 considerably, emitting no particles while on standby. The safety standard and the reliability of the CTV is as high as always, fitted with 8 cabins and with a capacity for 24 passengers, providing them with a lounge area to comfortably prepare for the upcoming work.

MHO Apollo

MHO Apollo is one of our new hybrid twins – the crew transfer vessels of the future.

Designed by CEO Mik Henriksen and introduced in September 2021, the catamaran comes with a new hybrid propulsion package, ensuring an even more sustainable operation while maintaining the same high safety standard and large capacity as always. The electric motor allows the ship to reduce the emission of CO2 considerably, with an expected reduction of approx. 475 ton less CO2 emitted than a traditional diesel driven ship. The CTV is fitted with 8 cabins and a lounge area, allowing the crew a comfortable preparation for the tasks ahead.

MHO Gurli

Our MHO Gurli is one of our many special designed catamarans, which was launched in 2019. She is designed by CEO Mik Henriksen and her large size, high safety and excellent fuel economy enables her to transport 24 technicians and 65 tons goods in a safe and environmental-friendly manner, up to 365 days a year and even in rough waters. Furthermore, her special designed fender enables her to dock at just about any type of wind turbines or offshore platform.

See further details for MHO Gurli below.

MHO Esbjerg

MHO Esbjerg is one of our many twin offshore support vessels.  The catamaran is designed by CEO Mik Henriksen, and she was introduced in May 2019. Like her sister ship MHO Gurli, her large size, high safety and brilliant fuel economy enables her to transport 24 technicians and 65 tons goods – and she conquers high waves and operates up to 365 days a year in a safe and environmental-friendly manner. MHO Esbjerg is designed with a fender that docks at just about any type offshore platform or wind turbine.

See further details for MHO Esbjerg below.

MHO Grimsby

MHO Grimsby is a 26m long catamaran, and is a small, fast and maneuverable crew transfer vessel. She carries up to 24 passengers and 15 tons goods. Like our other vessels, MHO Grimsby has a lot of good facilities which enables the passengers to relax and prepare for the impending work.

See further details for MHO Grimsby below.

MHO 2

MHO 2 is one of 2 first CTV’s Designed by CEO Mik Henriksen, and she was introduced in 2014. Like her sister ship MHO 1, high safety and brilliant fuel economy enables her to transport 24 technicians and 18 tons goods – and she conquers high waves and operates up to 365 days a year in a safe and environmental-friendly manner. MHO 2 is designed with a fender that docks at just about any type offshore platform or wind turbine.

See further details for MHO 2 below.

MHO 1

MHO 1 like her twin is one of the two first CTV’s Designed by CEO Mik Henriksen, and she was introduced in 2014. Like her sister ship MHO 2 she has high safety and brilliant fuel economy enables her to transport 24 technicians and 18 tons goods – she conquers high waves and operates up to 365 days a year in a safe and environmental-friendly manner. MHO 1 is designed with a fender that docks at just about any type offshore platform or wind turbine.

See further details for MHO 1 below.